Lort have mercy
G. Danger’s cockpit:
Striker Eureka’s cockpit:
#lemme tell you something about this couple #this is all the touching they ever had in their whole series #62 episodes and this is it #and this fact makes them even more beautiful #they are not about touching or sexual tension or pretty words #these two are all about confidence and reliability and trust and glares and willingness to die for each other #and that’s what love is all about
I actually think they’re more about guilt and codependency.
things wrong with the sex positivity movement:
- white women telling women of color to reclaim the word slut. we’re already either hypersexualized or desexualized and tbh we dont even have the luxury of being able to ~*~reclaim~*~ slurs like that
- sex posi feminists dont care about survivors of rape or sexual assault and they definitely dont care enough to examine how complicated sex can be for a person
- if you personally choose not to have sex, you’re automatically “slut shaming”
- assuming that all religions are extremely harmful and therefore evil (mostly white feminists giving bullshit criticisms about islam)
- KINK SHAMING- seriously stop trying to defend pedophiles and racists with master/slave fantasies
- the notion that sex is necessary for a relationship to be meaningful or valid
- ignoring very real problems within the porn industry
- highlighting the narrative of an empowered woman choosing to do sex work rather than paying any attention to victims of sex trafficking and their stories
- downplaying the part about how sex actually does emotionally impact you
- ignoring all consequences related to mental health that could arise if someone chooses to sleep around as prescribed by the ideal sex posi lifestyle
- rushing people into sexual relationships and experimentation before theyre ready
i can’t believe it’s 2014 and there’s still no gay romantic comedy about vin diesel and dwayne...
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